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There are an estimated 1.8 billion Muslims in the world who don't know the love of Jesus.
But each year, Muslims celebrate Ramadan. A time of devout fasting and prayer, Ramadan is a time for Muslims to seek God.
John Simon felt God call him to ministry—but he struggled to find a church community where he could explore and pursue that call. He found a home and place to grow at Mission Church, one of your Resonate Global Mission partners in Tucson, Arizona.
One day, Jander and Tiffany strapped their two-week-old son in a baby carrier and went for a walk in their Calgary, Alberta, neighborhood. That’s when Jander noticed an apple tree in someone’s yard. It reminded Jander of his childhood home.
“We went to the door, and I was just going to ask if we could grab some apples. There were a bunch just sitting on the ground,” said Jander.
Looking back, Jander can see how the Holy Spirit was at work.
One of the fastest ways the Christian Reformed Church in North America is growing, both in numbers and in diversity, is through ethnic minority church plants. Resonate Global Mission partners with more than 15 ethnic minority church plants and more than 10 multiethnic church plants in the United States and Canada.
Ethnic minority church plants are uniquely equipped to provide meaningful faith communities for people to worship and learn about God in their own culture and language.
Barb and Norm Fichtenberg once considered serving as missionaries overseas. Instead, they found a calling to share the gospel cross-culturally within their community in Michigan.
The Fichtenbergs are part of Resonate Global Mission’s Journeys into Friendship network, which provides a community of practice for anyone who is interested in bridging divides between cultures and building relationships with people from a variety of cultures, languages, and faith backgrounds.